Ramping up the tool box: HPAC tool give away winners announced
By HPAC MagazineHPAC General
CMPX 2018 delegates headed to HPAC’s booth on March 21st and 22nd for a chance to win testo’s 317-3 CO monitor and Viega’s flameless press technology system. Peter Leonard, HPAC publisher, has announced the winners of this popular contest.
Tim Koebel of Koebel Heating, Cooling and Mechanical in Montrose, ON is now the proud owner of testo’s pocket-sized CO monitor. He will be taking it along to furnace and boiler service and maintenance, weatherization audits and home inspections. The 317-3 detects the presence of carbon monoxide in ambient air and warns the user both visually and audibly about dangerous CO concentrations. A self-test mode verifies CO sensor at all times without the need for test gas.
The monitor is suited for use in residential and commercial combustion applications and comes with an earphone jack for loud environments. The ambient CO air quality tester measures and displays CO from 0-1999 PPM and gives warning of excessiv
e levels with adjustable audible and visual alarms.
Other features include: HOLD and MAX settings, and an exclusive self-check mode that verifies CO sensor response in seconds.
Shawn Bushey of Modern Niagara in Toronto now has Viega’s flameless press technology system in his tool arsenal. Designed to reduce installation time and to enable installers to make press connections in difficult-to-reach areas, the kit includes a RIDGID®RP 200-B press tool, ½ in., ¾ in. and 1 in. Viega ProPress jaws, an 18V lithium battery, a battery charger and a soft-sided case. The Smart Connect® feature allows users to verify the integrity of each connection.